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900rr help

ok so I just got a 900rr that im trying to more or less restore to its original glory, but it needs a little tlc. First, its missing some of the tubing from the fuel system. One of these I know is the breather tube coming from the fuel tank. In the OEM parts diagram, it goes from the fuel tank to a 3-way joint. Im trying to figure out where those other 2 hoses run. The other hose that connects to that part of the tank is missing as well, im not sure where it is supposed to run either.
Any help is much appreciated, like if you have a picture or diagram of a complete fuel system on a 96-97.

Hey also, does anyone have a list of the number of and what sizes of dzus nuts the fairings use? My set of fender fasteners is pretty mix-matched and I would like to replace it with hardware from kurveygirl, but Im not sure what lengths and how many of each to buy. This is probably just me being lazy as I could probably figure it out myself but I figured someone has probably gone through this before and might already know.

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Re: 900rr help

first of all, congrats on the new blade!

now for the fuel lines, the big fat one coming off the center of the carbs goes to the larger nipple on the petcock. The smaller vacuum hose coming from underneath the carbs goes to the side of the petcock. The petcock is vacuum activated with a diaphragm, so it will not get fuel if that line is not connected. For the two on the lower side of the tank, the one goes to the F shaped connector on the right side of the bike, and one goes through anywhere to the ground, just make sure it will not get pinched by swingarm or shock movement. they are both overflow lines from the top of the gas tank.

As for fairing bolts... cbr 900 fairing bolts | eBay

Ebay is my best friend for any parts i need for my blade.

Have fun and good luck!
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